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Joondalup Physiotherapy was the first Physiotherapy Practice established in the Joondalup City precinct, and has been providing quality Physiotherapy Services to the residents of Joondalup and surrounding suburbs for over 20 years. Initially part of the LifeCare Physiotherapy Network, we are very pleased to announce that we are again part of the LifeCare
Physiotherapists are the predominant allied health group within the LifeCare network.
Physiotherapy is a science-based healthcare profession that views human movement as central to health and well-being. Physiotherapy aims to maintain and restore human function after disease or injury, to help people achieve quality of life through physical movement....Go to Profile
Physiotherapists are the predominant allied health group within the LifeCare network. Physiotherapy is a science-based healthcare profession that views human movement as central to health and well-being. Physiotherapy aims to maintain and restore human function after disease or injury, to help people achieve quality of life through physical movement.
Physiotherapy is beneficial for conditions such as:
Back and neck pain Headaches Sports Injuries Muscle and joint pain Post-operative, acute or chronic injury Arthritis Posture and alignment problems Osteoarthritis knees Sciatica Women's health Adolescent and children's injuriesGo to Profile
Quinns Physiotherapy was established in 1994, situated next to the busy Mindarie Medical Centre. Move Well took ownership in September 2001 with Ben Gabrovec coming on as Managing Partner in 2007 becoming Move Forward Quinns Physiotherapy.
In order to provide you with the best possible care, Quinns Physiotherapy has developed multiple services to meet the specific needs of each individual patient, including;
Manual Therapy Techniques Pilates Dry Needling Manipulative and Sports Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Pre-op programs Vertigo Women's health Hydrotherapy Gym Programs, and Real Time Ultrasound...
Come in and see us today, servicing all the surrounding suburbs of Mindarie, , Merriwa, Butler, Jindalee and of course Quinns, with first class Physio!Go to Profile
Amy completed her Bsc in Physiotherapyat the University of Notre Dame. Since then Amy has worked in both rural and city private practices. Amy is currently working at our Quinns practice where she is our Pilates and Exercise Rehabilitation expert after specializing in this field over the past 5 years. She has a passion for utilising her high level of skill in clinical pilates as part...Go to Profile
Kirst completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Curtin University, graduating with distinction. Kirst has a keen interest in many sports and gym related activities and is currently completing her Certificate III in Fitness. She also contributed her time to the ICFC soccer club as a sports trainer during her studies. Clinically, Kirst is interested in a range of musculoskeletal problems and she...Go to Profile
Tom received his Bachelor of Physiotherapy from The University of Notre Dame in Fremantle and we have been lucky to have Tom at the Quinns practice since 2012. He has a keen interest in an array of musculoskeletal conditions with particular interest in back and neck pain along acute sporting injuries which allows him to utilize his love of dry needling as a treatment technique. His interest...Go to Profile
Renee has completed her BSc in physiotherapy at Curtin University and is currently working at the Quinns practice. As well as her physiotherapy degree Renee has also completed a Post-graduate Exercise Science degree and has worked as a Strength and Conditioning Coach. She enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and has a particular interest in sporting injuries, exercise rehabilitation and pilates. Renee has experience working with Perth Demons WAFL, Stirling Senators SBL...Go to Profile
Ben completed his B.Sc (Physio) at Curtin University and has been the Managing Partner at Quinns Physiotherapy since 2007. In that time he has opened 9 new Physiotherapy clinics in the area including both Ocean Keys Physiotherapy and Currambine Physiotherapy establishing Move Forward as the number one providers of Physiotherapy care in the northern corridor of Perth. Clinically his main interests include cervical and lumbar pain. Outside of work he loves his sports and his dog, Wilco and of course his wife Louise. Always wanting to contribute to his local community he is a volunteerGo to Profile
David received his physiotherapy degree from the University of Keele in the UK and went on to work in private practice throughout the UK, NZ and Australia before returning home to complete his Masters degree in 2012/13. Clinical interests include low back pain and pelvic pain. David enjoys seeing his clients return to full level of function, whether it be sport, recreation or work....Go to Profile
Are you feeling your age? Have those annoying niggles become your daily companion? Have you suffered an injury at work, hurt your neck in a car accident, or rolled your ankle playing sport on the weekend? No matter what it is that has made you seek physiotherapy treatment or whether you are young or old, let a Move Well Physiotherapist start you on the right path to full pain-free function.Go to Profile
Move Well currently operates 14 clinics in Perth, with the recent addition of the Wembley and Marmion Clinics, which...
Recent advances in research, clinical practice and technology have facilitated significant improvements in physiotherapy. However, implementing these advances into private practice and providing specialised clinical services is often beyond the expertise and economic viability of an individual physiotherapy clinic. Move Well's network of clinics collectively provide a comprehensive range of specialised
The directors and management of Move Well have been operating physiotherapy and rehabilitation services in Australia for over 20 years. Peter Owens is the Manging Director of Move Well, whilst Felicity Kermode is the Clinical Director.Go to Profile
Mitchell completed his B Sc in Physiotherapy at Curtin University, graduating with distinction and as a member of the Vice Chancellor’s list. Mitchell is currently working at Quinns Physiotherapy and Hocking Physiotherapy. Mitchell has a clinical interest in a range of musculoskeletal injuries and a keen interest in sports rehabilitation. Outside of work Mitchell enjoys volleyball, hockey, baking, travelling, and raising two toddlers.Go to Profile